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Interprofessional Faculty Practice Plan

Texas A&M is creating a new practice plan to develop opportunities for clinical and interprofessional education.

Texas A&M is reinventing traditional academic practice plans through the promotion and development of novel interprofessional clinical and educational models.

The plans focus on the importance of population health management, primary care, behavioral health and interprofessional education beyond undergraduate medical education programs.

As health care revenue continues to support performance incentives for wellness, chronic disease management and total cost, population health management is key and requires institutions to successfully employ a team-based, interprofessional approach.

Our practice plans will create a distinct clinical culture focusing on our institutional priorities of rural health, behavioral health and innovation through engineering.

Learn more, read our recent publication in the Medical Group Management Association Journal: Interprofessional care teams (PDF)


Current professional practice opportunities

medical student examining a patient in the clinic